Fairhills High School, Knoxfield

Name: Fairhills High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Scoresby Road
Town: Knoxfield
Postcode: 3180
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9758 5022
Fax: (03) 9752 2597
Email: fairhills.hs@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.fairhillshs.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 875

Fairhills High School at a glance

A medium sized school of approximately 900 students.
A proven record of academic excellence.
An acceleration program for 48 students in each year 7 intake.
A safe, caring and stimulating learning environment for all students.
A comprehensive year 7-12 curriculum based on semester length units.
A firm but fair whole- school approach to student welfare and discipline that emphasises individual responsibility, personal growth and cooperative participation.
A full range of school, state and national subject competitions.
A wide range of Vocational Education Courses.
A school uniform that is distinctive, smart and valued by students.
One of the top sporting schools in the Eastern Region.
Regular entrant in the Premier division of the Rock Eisteddfod.
Student participation in Co-curricular programs including public speaking, debating, chess and an annual Musical production.(Bye Bye Birdie in 2002, Guys and Dolls in 2003)
A comprehensive classroom and instrumental music program for years 7-12.
An annual Performing Arts festival for students to showcase their talents in music, drama and dance.
Opportunities for students to participate in camps, excursions, specialist seminars and conferences across all year levels.


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